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Take a gander at the government's economic report cards and one thing becomes readily apparent: an almost virtual absence of inter-provincial comparisons. There's a good reason for that. Compared to Alberta, Ontario and Quebec, B.C. doesn't always stack up so well.
While everyone's been furiously pointing fingers at each other over Vancouver's skyrocketing house prices, little attention has been paid to the other side of most real estate transactions: the pay stub.
TORONTO - RBC Economics says higher interest rates will put a strain on the Canadian housing market in 2015 and "substantially" moderate prices increases.In its latest Canadian housing forecast, the b...
TORONTO - The cost of home ownership in Canada rose for the second straight quarter, but recent global market and economic turmoil could actually help keep a lid on expenses by keeping interest rates...
THE CANADIAN PRESS -- TORONTO - Canada's economy will grow by 3.2 per cent this year, helped by high commodity prices and a continued recovery in the United States, according to the latest outlook fro...